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When traveling with baby, I need to carry a bigger handbag. So I carry a large shopper or tote that my friend gave me last year. It serves as a diaper bag because besides my wallets and other stuff, it can hold a couple of diapers, small baby wipes container, feeding bottle, water bottle, snacks, and others.
Today we went to Plano and I let play at the soft play area in Collin Creek Mall. The play area is already renovated and good looking so the kids enjoy playing better. Before that, I saw a sign about Butterfly Festival at the mall entrance upon entering the building. Well, I thought, we will try to see that after playing. And we did.
The admission fee is $6.00 for adults and $3.00 for children. I tried to ask if they will ask fees for infants. The person-in-charge said she will only ask for the adult fee if I will hold my little one inside. Strollers are not allowed and they don’t allow infants to walk around because they might step on the butterflies. And so, we went in and I let my daughter experience the scenery. Butterflies are in a big tent with flowering plants in it. There are hanging feeders too.
When I showed the pictures to my husband, he said these are Monarch butterflies. I saw other butterfly colors too. Maybe he can identify them for me too. By the way, the festival is until May 20, 2012.
The name Wembley is one of the most famous place names in Britain, and perhaps even the world. This of course is due mainly to the fact that it is home to Wembley Stadium, the site of so many of the England national team’s triumphs and disasters. But Wembley is also a thriving part of the capital and a popular residential and commercial district in its own right. Wembley includes Alperton, Preston, Tokyngton, Wembley Park, North Wembley, South Kenton and Northwick Park.
This being the case, there are a plethora of hotels in the area of varying prices and layouts. The Travelodge on North Circular Road is one of the most popular, due to its reasonable price and easy location. To book in at this hotel in Wembley only takes a minute and it is near to both the Hanger Lane tube station and the Stonebridge Park train station.
Wembley Stadium itself is a popular place to visit for those staying in the area, and it is possible to book tours of the giant construction. Currently work is being carried out on the Wembley City development, which will feature a new swimming pool, multiplex cinema, multiple retail units, as well as apartments and houses. The development is due to be completed in 2013.
Near to Wembley Stadium is the Sudbury Golf Course, which backs onto the famous Grand Union Canal. The Welsh Harp reservoir is also near to the stadium. The reservoir is fed by the River Brent and the Silk Stream and is a popular destination for water sports such as sailing, rowing and windsurfing. Though technically known as Brent Reservoir, the reservoir is informally referred to as the Welsh Harp after a famous pub that was in the area in the 1970s.